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|Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera|
|Avijjā Vagga：1．Avijjā Vagga．-The thirteenth chapter of the Khandha Samyutta．S．iii．170-7．
2．Avijjā Vagga．-The sixth chapter of the Salāyatana Samyutta．S．iv．30-5．
3．Avijjā Vagga．-The first chapter of the Magga Samyutta．S．v．1-12．
1．Avijjā Sutta．-The ignorance of puthujjanas consists in not knowing the nature，the arising，the ceasing and the path thereto，of the five khandhas．S．iii．162．
2．Avijjā Sutta．-In him who knows and sees the eye，objects，etc．，as impermanent，ignorance vanishes and knowledge arises．S．iv．30．
3．Avijjā Sutta．-When ignorance is abandoned，knowledge springs up．This state is reached by knowing，by seeing the eye，etc．，as impermanent．S．iv．49-50．
4．Avijjā Sutta．-When it is realised that nothing should be adhered to，that all phenomena are changeable and become otherwise，ignorance disappears and knowledge arises．S．iv．50．
5．Avijjā Sutta．-The ninth sutta of the Sāmandaka Samyutta．S．iv．261-2．
6．Avijjā Sutta．-When ignorance leads the way，wrong views arise，wrong aims，etc．; the reverse happens with knowledge．S．v．1．
7．Avijjā Sutta．-Ignorance is ignorance about Ill，its arising，its ceasing and the way thereto．S．v．429．